Have Miura wedges, love them; convince me to get all irons JPM

LYGLYG Members Posts: 1,012 ✭✭
Love my Miura 53 and 59, Y grind.



My Mizuno MP 25's (had 18 months) were my first foray into forged cavity backs...played pure blades for 30 years.



The MP 25's are a good combination of forgiveness and SOME feel. I'm thinking that the Miura CB-1008, for example, would have the same forgiveness and MORE feel.



Thoughts?



Advice?



Thanks.
TM M2 driver (2016) Fujikura Pro 53
TM M2 3 and 5 woods, Fujikura Pro 53
PXG 19 degree hybrid, Fujikura Pro 73
Mizuno MP 25, 3-PW, Nippon 1150 GH Tour
Miura wedges, Y grind 53 and 59, Nippon NS Pro
8802 Palmer or by Cleveland or early 1970's Ping Answer

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  • eaglestan66eaglestan66 Members Posts: 517 ✭✭
    Miura forged feel is second to none!

    Want more forgiveness, look at the 9003 Passing Points too!
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    Epon 503. Butter soft. Good on mishits
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  • EaglesGolf99EaglesGolf99 (.... Formerly Known As RaidersGolf99) Foxboro, MAMembers Posts: 2,424 ✭✭
    Sweet.



    Modern Blades are growing on me. Gotta hit!
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  • DeNinnyDeNinny Major Wiener Members Posts: 7,976 ✭✭
    Just get the baby blades and be done with all other irons. Best. Clubs. Ever. No other clubs are easier to play and none feel as good.
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  • coopscoops Members Posts: 1,214 ✭✭
    LYG wrote:


    Thoughts?



    Advice?



    Thanks.




    Maybe avoid doing a google image search on 'epon copper irons' or 'OnOff Kuro 2015' amongst others... image/swoon.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':swoon:' />
  • dunndunn Members Posts: 6,362 ✭✭
    edited Jun 8, 2018 #8
    Have a set of epon af302 and onoff 2017 kuros



    Like the look of epons better but onoffs feel much better to me, and slightly easier to play....



    Granted I have epons in a kbs which I don't really get along with but still,the onoffs are superb....just headshape is little different than I expected
  • z18z18 Members Posts: 128 ✭✭
    DeNinny wrote:


    Just get the baby blades and be done with all other irons. Best. Clubs. Ever. No other clubs are easier to play and none feel as good.
    They got my vote.
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  • halfsumohalfsumo Members Posts: 663 ✭✭
    Really wanted the CB 1008's but they are just out of my price range. Also looked at the Japan-only MP 66's with Yoro craft finishes.
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  • kasparaitiskasparaitis Members Posts: 97 ✭✭
    I was in the opposite boat as you, I picked up the passing point straight necks by luck, and then followed with a K grind wedge, and now an MG hybrid.



    Feel is obviously subjective, and for me these just flat out work. I personally like feedback when hitting a club so i know if mis-hit, and these give you that. They're not overly punishing (depending on your strike), a good combination if you will, and when you pure a shot, you'll know it; a completely different feeling. If you can find a shop that carries them, I'd say to test them all out and go with what you suits your eye, and gives you the most confidence.
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